Michael B. Jordan opened up about the toll playing the villain in "Black Panther" took on his mental health, revealing he went to therapy.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Michael B. Jordan, Ben Stiller and Idris Elba are among the first presenters announced for Sunday's Golden Globe Awards.
Neither Rocky Balboa nor Adonis Creed is the true heavyweight champ, though, of the Rocky-Creed universe, according to Steven Caple Jr.
"This is probably my last rodeo," Stallone remarks in the Instagram video announcing his retirement, which was filmed on Creed II's last day of production.
In the highly anticipated sequel, which Stallone co-wrote and almost directed, a new generation of fighters — Apollo's son Adonis (Michael B. Jordan) and Ivan's son Viktor (Florian Munteanu) — step into the ring where their predecessors once battled … and one memorably fell.
Corey Calliet refers to himself as a body transformation specialist and has described the process of training Jordan as similar to an artist taking a chisel to a block of marble.
Rocky may be a teacher rather than a fighter these days, but that doesn't mean that Stallone isn't thinking about his alter ego's in-ring legacy.